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A Capital of the Arts Is Forced to Evolve

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by admin_radioskyfm - 28 October 2014

PARIS — Even as the economy and his own fortunes sputter, President François Hollande has whirled through a flurry of recent museum openings and art events in Paris with the zeal of someone in the middle of a political campaign, reveling in the nation’s place as a capital of culture. On Saturday, the...

Business

Walmart Workers At Risk In States Rejecting Obamacare Medicaid Expansion

Earns Wal Mart

If state governors follow through on plans to oppose the expansion of Medicaid under Obamacare, one substantial group of low-wage workers appears vulnerable to going without medical coverage: people who work at Walmart. The world’s largest retailer recently outlined a new policy that will exclude from health coverage newly hired employees who work fewer than 30 hours per week, asThe Huffington...

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A Capital of the Arts Is Forced to Evolve

28paris-master

PARIS — Even as the economy and his own fortunes sputter, President François Hollande has whirled through a flurry of recent museum openings and art events in Paris with the zeal of someone in the middle of a political campaign, reveling in the nation’s place as a capital of culture. On Saturday, the state-run Picasso museum swung open the grand doors to its remodeled 17th-century Baroque mansion,...

Food

Haiti Can Be Rich Again, HAITI wasn’t always the “poorest nation in the Western hemisphere,”

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HAITI wasn’t always the “poorest nation in the Western hemisphere,” though it’s almost impossible to read about the country today without coming across that phrase. In the two years since the earthquake that devastated it, Haiti has experienced political conflict and its first ever cholera epidemic; hundreds of thousands of the displaced are still living in makeshift tents strewn like dusty...

Health

Haiti installs anti-Ebola border controls

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PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti (AFP) – Haitian authorities announced sanitary border controls Thursday to prevent Ebola cases from entering and spreading in the desperately poor country already in the grips of a deadly cholera epidemic. The Ministry of Health stressed, however, that “no case of the virus has been detected or revealed so far” in Haiti. But with more than 9,000 Haitians lives...

LifeStyle

Southwest Airlines Groper Caught In The Act

Southwest Airlines

Srinivasa S. Erramilli, 45, a software consultant, may well be the very last person on the face of the Earth that a female would want to be seated next to on a flight. On June 14, 2011, Erramilli was the last passenger to board the Southwest Airlines flight from Las Vegas to Chicago Midway Airport.  Frankly, ya always gotta wonder about those last ones to board, right? In any event, as Erramilli...

Money

Mortgage Catch Pushes Widows Into Foreclosure

Maria Ginise

Geraldine Bates lost her husband to kidney failure last year. Now, she has fallen behind on her mortgage payments and is terrified that she will lose her home in Jacksonville, Fla. Ms. Bates, 70, is caught in aforeclosure trap that is ensnaring widows across America: she cannot get help lowering her payments until her name is added to the mortgage note, but the lender says she must be current...

Politics

Obama signs trade, human rights bill that angers Moscow

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(Reuters) – President Barack Obama on Friday signed a bill that brings U.S. trade relations withRussia into the 21st century but also ushers in a potentially testy era in which the United States could publicly “name and shame” Russian human rights violators. The measure, which the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives passed by overwhelming margins, allows Obama to establish...

Science

Secret Shuttle Launch: X-37B Spaceplane Takes Second Flight Into Space, Air Force Says

X-37B Spaceplane

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. — The military’s small, top-secret version of the space shuttle rocketed into orbit Tuesday for a repeat mystery mission, two years after making the first flight of its kind. The Air Force launched the unmanned spacecraft Tuesday hidden on top of an Atlas V rocket. As if on cue, clouds quickly swallowed up the rocket as it disappeared out over the ocean. It is the second...

Sports

Clint Dempsey finds a late equaliser for Tottenham against Manchester United

Vermaelen-Torres

Clint Dempsey snatched a late equaliser in the snow to earn Tottenham a 1-1 draw against Manchester United. Robin van Persie had looked to have claimed all three points with his first-half header at White Hart Lane on Sunday but Dempsey swept the ball home in stoppage time to salvage a point. The adverse weather conditions had threatened to see the Premier League clash at White Hart Lane called...